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I have a 2000 toyota celica gt with a manual trans. It's making a noise while your driving it. Someone told me the axel was bad so I replaced it. That wasn't the problem, but where the axel goes in the drive side it has a little play. Would that be a berring or something I could fix myself

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It could be a wheel bearing either the left or right side maybe both. When driving around corners note if the noise gets louder when turning either way, for example if the noise gets louder turning right then the left front wheel bearing is the problem, the same for turning left, the right front bearing would be the problem. If the noise stays the same and changing on acceleration or deceleration the problem may be more serious, possible a final drive issue like a bad pinion bearing ring and pinion gears.

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SOURCE: 2000 oldsmobile bravada all wheel drive light comes on stays on

your problem is more than likely one of a few problems
there are two hoses on your transfer case one sucks in one blows out if one gets cloged it will go out completly so have it checked its starting.
or check the oil in the transfer case

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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